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Alymer Ethanol Plant to Accept More High Vomitoxin Corn

DEC 14

A trial run last month was successful enough that the Alymer ethanol plant will accept high vomitoxin Ontario corn again in the New Year.

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Feedgrain Market Ticks Higher on Lack of Selling

DEC 13

Prairie feedgrain prices have ticked higher as producers focus on selling other crops instead.

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Ag Sector Should be Spared Rising Costs Associated with Carbon Tax: Report

DEC 13

The Canadian agricultural sector must be spared any rising costs associated with the federal government’s upcoming carbon pricing program, a new Senate report is recommending.

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FCC Offers Help to Ontario Producers Impacted by Vomitoxin, Wet Harvest

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Ontario Vomitoxin Problem Worse than Most Realize

DEC 10

Peter Johnson has his own idea about how much of this year’s Ontario corn crop was impacted by vomitoxin: The majority of it.

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Map: November Brings Some Improvement in Prairie Drought

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Canola Yield, Production Revised Lower

DEC 06

In the end, all the bad harvest weather on the Canadian Prairies this fall did end up taking a bite out of the 2018 canola crop.

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AGT Foods Reaches Privatization Deal

DEC 04

A deal has been reached that will take publicly traded AGT Food and Ingredients private.

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Final StatsCan Production Report May Break from the Usual

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Ontario Proposing Further Increase in Ethanol Blend

DEC 03

The Ontario government is proposing to further increase in the amount of ethanol that must be blended into gasoline sold in the province.

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Canadian Grain Exports Well Ahead of Average

DEC 03

Canadian canola exports may be lagging slightly but total crop exports to date are running well ahead of average for this time of year – particularly for wheat.

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Map: Ontario Corn, Soy Harvest Drags On

NOV 30

With the calendar set to flip over to December, some corn and soybeans still remain out in the field in Ontario, as producers continue to be stymied by poor weather.

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